Let’s keep this sweet tradition alive! For the fourth time, we are going to prepare huge amounts of doughnuts - this time we'll be cooking at the Children's Home at Parkowa 12 in Krakow - to celebrate Fat Thursday – one of our favorite Polish traditions.
Have you ever tried to make your own doughnuts? How about 1200 of them? Marta, Konrad, Igor, Weruszka and Mira have accepted the challenge - and other Eataway cooks. Thank you!
Like last year, every single one of our doughnuts holds a very special meaning. When you order a box of doughnuts for yourself, you will be raising money for the Children's Home in Parkowa. Everything you pay will go towards building a veggie garden for them.
How it works:
1. You can order as many boxes of fresh doughnuts as you want (each box is 8 doughnuts). Click here to order.
2. On 28th of February, you are welcome to come over and collect them from the Children's Home at Parkowa 12 and say hi! If you order 12 boxes or more (ie 96 doughnuts or more), we will be glad to deliver them to you in Krakow for free if you prefer.
3. Each order you make will raise money that goes towards building a veggie garden for the Children's Home.
Hi, I'm a co-founder of Eataway which connects people with home cooks and hosts all around the world. For the last 5 years, I have been teaching people how to cook delicious food at my home, and I also run food workshops such as the Pierogi Power Workshop, Fermentation Workshop and more. Recently I was the host of a big food event for The Krakow Pierogi Festival and Harvest Festival. (I also appear regularly on TV and radio as a guest, discussing subjects related to home cooking, the sharing economy and food tech.) I’ve always enjoyed sharing my knowledge of my beautiful hometown, and more about the art of Polish cuisine, both through the website and with all the wonderful travellers I meet in person.
My grandmother and my mother were great cooks. That means delicious, home-made food freshly-prepared.
Restaurants are great, but sometimes it seems it would be better to enjoy a home-cooked meal with someone who can also tell me a bit more about their experiences, their lives and their cities. So, I’ve decided to do exactly that. I cook for up to 14 people at my home in Krakow and you’re invited. Please join me!